National media briefing: RSPCA, Thames Reach and St Mungo's, Save the Children and the Starlight Children Foundation, Booktrust

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

RSPCA inspectors are investigating reports that up to 250 stray horses are running wild in Bridgend.

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The homelessness charities Thames Reach and St Mungo’s are backing plans by Westminster Council to ban soup runs around Westminster Cathedral to discourage rough sleeping in the area.

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The videogame publisher OneBigGame, which was set up to raise money for charity, has generated more than £62,000 – 96 per cent of which will be given to Save the Children and the Starlight Children Foundation.

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The Booktrust, the charity that gives free books to children in England, has been told by the Department of Education it will lose half its funding, two months after a public backlash forced the government to abandon plans to cut all its funding.

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